The Three Musketeers - Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 31 Summary

The men meet at the time appointed for the duel, but the Englishmen think Athos, Porthos and Aramis have strange names and want to be assured they are fighting men who are of equal standing. Athos, who is in reality a high nobleman, reveals his true name privately to one of the Englishmen, who is satisfied of the rank, but now Athos says he will have to kill him to keep his secret. Athos kills his man, but d'Artagnan spares Lord de Winter's life, and says it's because he loves de Winter's sister. Lord de Winter is impressed by d'Artagnan's gentlemanly standards of fighting, and offers to introduce him to his sister that very evening. He does so, explaining to her that d'Artagnan spared his life, so she has something to thank him for. D'Artagnan notices Lady de Winter greatly displeased by this...

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